There is a tendency for people to.
rebel against group norms
accept group norms
respond only to negative sanctions
respond only to violence
Among the leading causes of divorce are.
drug and alcohol abuse
none of the above
The development of modern culture is CHIEFLY dependent upon.
grasping ability of the hand
complex symbolic communication
Which of the following is a true statements?
Human beings have existed on earth for about half million years
agriculture is only around twelve thousand years old
civilizations date back around six thousand years
all of the above
A person who is suddenly set down on a commune in rural China would most likely undergo.
change to conform to the Chinese modal personality
the process of the lookingglass
the process of resocialization
a severe anxiety attack
What did Max Weber understand by the spirit of capitalism?
the exploitation of the working class
the desire for more material wealth
the continual reinvestment of profits back into businesses
the belief in free markets
Which term describes marriage patterns in contemporary Britain?
Which country has the world's largest concentration of Jews?
are groups identified on cultural grounds
are based solely on nationality
occupy a small territory
unlike racial groups are socially constructed
The collection of roles that goes with a given status is termed as
Conflict of roles
Summation of roles
Thomas Malthus sated that.
fodd increases in a geometric progression
population grow in arithmetic progression
populations increase in geometric progression
population growth is a matter of algebra not geometry or arithmetic
Informal application of general norms clearly defined rules and regulations are
All of the above
Overpopulation is a problem worldwide but only in relation to.
Deviance is dysfunctional in that it.
can impair and undermine organized social life
increases our willingness to play our roles
increases our willingness to contribute to the larger social enterprise
enhances our trust of one another
Who was concerned with the composition of 'self' at the 'micro' level of social action and interaction?
Robert Merton's ideas on crime and deviance make use of the concept of anomie. What does anomie mean in Merton's work?
''The Sociology of Religion'' was written by
None of these
Societies with landed gentry and inherited titles resemble.
None of these
According to contagion theory the ''mobmind'' develops through.
imitation suggestibility and circular reaction
precipitating factors structural strain and structural conduciveness
norms of the status quo emergent norms and new norms
fashions fads and crazes
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